tactile resonances: an interactive, audio installation

Stylianos DIMOU (Photographer)

Research output: Non-textual formDigital, visual or audio products

Abstract

"Tactile Resonances" is an interactive sound installation that focuses on real-time sound design, pattern-based sound diffusion, and interactive manipulation of pre-recorded sound material. It facilitates the technical needs of the interdisciplinary art and design group Hypercomf in realizing the “RESONATE” project while it extends its aesthetical dimensions in a framework of audio-visual immersion. “tactile resonances” is welcoming the audience to a vibrant dialectic between the visuals and audibles. It engages people to a tactile experience of woven tapestries in close relation to pre-recorded and real-time generated soundscapes. It enables people to “touch” the sound and participate in an interactive transformation of its various parameters and instances such as the spatial diffusion, or direction, the transition from one sound to another, the blending among different soundscapes, and the real-time creation of sound clouds. The sound diffusion is realised within a quadraphonic speaker configuration (four speakers) offering future extensions for larger speaker set-ups.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherThe Stavros Niarchos Foundation Public Humanities Initiative
Publication statusPublished - 18 Dec 2021

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